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2020 Honda Pilot Carries on with Its Practical, Spacious Design

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The family-friendly Honda SUV is back for 2020, and it's ready to give you the utility and comfort that you need. With the 2020 Honda Pilot, you'll have three-row convenience and confidence-inspiring performance. Plus, Honda's exceptionally ergonomic interior design emphasizes usability and convenience throughout.

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2020 Honda Pilot Exterior

The 2020 Honda Pilot has a sleeker, more aerodynamic appearance than many of its three-row SUV cohorts. The front grill and hood are angled back to allow wind to glide over, making for a more comfortable and confident driving experience. LED front headlights have a convenient auto on/off feature. 20-inch alloy wheels give the 2020 Pilot an extra touch of sportiness.

2020 Honda Pilot Interior

The 2020 Honda Pilot cabin is big, flexible, and full of popular features.

Each of these SUVs comes standard with three rows of seats. The standard configuration offers seating for eight with three passengers each in the second and third rows. You can also choose second-row captain's chairs that are great for comfort and convenience but reduce seating capacity to seven. Loading up all three rows of seats is a breeze with help from the available one-touch second-row seats. Honda even makes it easier to communicate with backseat passengers via the available CabinTalk in-car PA system.

Honda has thought out the 2020 Pilot's comfort features as well. Available heated and ventilated front seats can help you regulate your comfort as the seasons change near Southfield and Westland. Optional tri-zone climate control helps to make sure that passengers throughout the cabin stay comfortable throughout the trip -- not just front passengers.

2020 Honda Pilot Technology

Honda is well known for packing its models with cutting-edge technology, and the 2020 Pilot is no exception.

Cabin technology features alone are enough to get many drivers near West Bloomfield excited for the 2020 Pilot. Wireless phone charging and rear-seat entertainment are just the tip of the iceberg. Dive head-first into the SUV's available media systems and you'll find a plethora of ways to enjoy everything from hands-free calls to music streaming and turn-by-turn navigation. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are both compatible, and an available built-in Wi-Fi hotspot can connect multiple mobile devices. Passengers can even control features like climate control with help from the Honda Cabin Control app.

Technology extends beyond just convenience and comfort, though. The standard Honda Sensing® intelligent safety technology suite is full of impressive driver-assistance features.

  • Collision Mitigation Braking System
  • Road Departure Mitigation System
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Lane-Keeping Assist System

2020 Honda Pilot Performance

Honda designed the 2020 Pilot to provide confident performance in a wide variety of driving scenarios. To that end, the large SUV comes with a standard 280-horsepower V6 engine paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is the standard driveline setup, but an available all-wheel drive system can add some extra capability when road conditions get tough up here near Livonia. An intelligent traction management system gives you the ability to choose from four driving modes, including normal, snow, mud, and sand.

Stop by Suburban Honda to See the 2020 Pilot for Yourself

Suburban Honda is here to help you find the ideal new Honda model. If the new 2020 Pilot has piqued your interest, come pay us a visit. Here, you can explore a full selection of trims and configurations to find the SUV that you like best. Upon request, we can take you out for a test drive so you can experience that 2020 Pilot in action.

Honda Pilot vs. the Competition

Three-row SUVs like the Honda Pilot have become a standard pick for many drivers in the area who need space for a growing family. With both spacious seating and rugged capability, these vehicles can inject family driving with a bit more excitement.


The Pilot is one of the premier models in the family SUV segment today. Its standard V6 engine, excellent passenger space, and pragmatic design features elevate it above many competitors. But there are still other models to consider. Vehicles like the Toyota Highlander and Volkswagen are frequently put up against the Pilot. Below, you can see that we've put together our own comparison to see how the  Pilot stacks up against these challengers.


Honda Pilot vs. Toyota Highlander

  • The Pilot has an advantage when it comes to power. Its 3.5-liter V6 engine comes standard with 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. The Highlander's base four-cylinder engine, on the other hand, only makes 185 horsepower. You can get a 295-horsepower V6 in the Highlander, but you'll have to pay a premium price.
  • Cargo capacity is important for most SUV drivers, and the new Pilot has plenty of it. The SUV offers 16.5 cubic feet of cargo volume behind the third row of seats. If you need more, just fold down the rear seats. In total, the new Pilot offers 83.9 cubic feet of cargo space. The Highlander has just 13.8 cubic feet behind the third row and falls just short of the Pilot with 83.7 total cubic feet of cargo space.
  • Another reason many drivers in the area choose to buy an SUV is passenger space. The new  Pilot is a perfect example, offering a roomy 152.9 cubic feet of total passenger space. Take a look at the Highlander, however, and you'll see a different picture. The Toyota SUV tops out at 142.2 cubic feet of passenger space.

Honda Pilot vs. the Volkswagen Atlas

  • If you're looking for more standard horsepower, you'll want to pick the new Pilot. Its standard 3.5-liter V6 puts out a hearty 280 horsepower, whereas the Atlas has a standard 2.0-liter turbocharged engine with 235 horsepower. You can get a 3.6-liter V6 in the Atlas, but it has fewer horsepower than the Honda option and adds extra cost.
  • The Honda Pilot offers more standard driver assistance features than the Atlas. That's because Honda offers the Pilot with the Honda Sensing® package standard. The suite of technologies includes Collision Mitigation Braking System, Road Departure Mitigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Lane Keeping Assist System. Similar features in the Atlas are only available in certain trims.
  • These family-sized SUVs are prime choices for drivers who plan to go on long road trips. But there's a factor you may not have considered: fuel capacity. The Honda Pilot offers nearly a full gallon more fuel capacity than the Atlas. That extra gallon can make a big difference on longer road trips.

*The 2018 Honda Pilot recieved an IIHS Top Safety Pick. Visit their website for more Information About this Award.

**The Honda Pilot was named "Midsize SUV Best Buy 2018" by KBB.com. Visit their website for more Information About this Award.

*****The 2017 Honda Pilot recieved a 5-Start Safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Visit their website for more Information About this Award.